9 am - 3 pm
Our Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic is available to patients and non-patients for both scheduled appointments and unexpected health concerns.
Saturdays at Mill Creek and Marysville
Call to schedule a Saturday appointment for your child’s school physical, well child check, or sports physical.
Our providers are also able to accommodate same day appointments during the Saturday Clinic. If your child encounters an unexpected health concern (see below) please call our office to be scheduled an appointment.
Established patients have the opportunity to see their regular pediatric provider during the Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic if that provider is scheduled to work, and otherwise you can see a covering provider. If you are not currently an established patient our staff can help you establish an ongoing relationship with a primary care provider. It is important to maintain routine visits appropriate to your child's overall health.
Please note: Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic staff and physicians are not available for non-urgent issues or questions. Please call your pediatric department during normal business hours for questions regarding paperwork, immunization history records and non-urgent questions or concerns.
Same Day Saturday Appointments
On Saturdays, starting at 8:30, you can reach the nurse or receptionist at the Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic by calling your pediatric department. Patients not established with The Everett Clinic can call any pediatric department to set up an appointment.
Well Child Check Appointments
To schedule a well-child check appointment with your child’s primary care provider at the Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic, please call your provider’s office directly.
Acute Care Appointments
Saturday Pediatric Care Clinic appointments for acute care conditions can be made starting on Thursdays by contacting your provider's office. Patients not established with The Everett Clinic can call any pediatric department to set up an appointment.
Lacerations should be evaluated at the Walk-In Clinic.
- Cold, cough, congestion
- Flu symptoms
- Earache, eye problems, sore throat
- Sinus problems
- Vomiting, diarrhea
- Stomach pain
- Minor burns or bruises
- Injuries, sprains, and strains
- Possible fractures
- Urinary symptoms
The following, ongoing concerns should be addressed during a visit with your child's regular pediatric provider:
- Medication management
- Behavior problems
- School problems
- Autism concerns
- STD testing